Skeid Fotball is a Norwegian football club, situated in Oslo, with their present home field being in Bislett. As years passed by, this club made its mark as a talent factory for big clubs in Norwegian football, producing many exceptional players for the national teams likes Daniel Fredheim Holm and Daniel Braaten other than Mohammed Abdellaoue. This club even played in 2009 in Adeccoligaen post their short stint in the second division. Prior to this, in 2008, they were the champions of the Second Group of Norwegian Second Division, but ended up in 16th position despite a good start in 2009.

Historically, this club played in the Norwegian Premier League between 1938-1970, 1972-1975, 1978-1980 and 1996—1997. The club’s last season was in 1999 in the Norwegian Premier League.

Country Norway Norway
City Oslo
Founded 1915

The nickname to this club is Oksene, meaning the Bulls, was founded in 1915. The ground of the club is Bislett Stadion in Oslo, which has a seating capacity of 15,400. The Chairman of this team is Konrad Kuhlman and the manager of the team is Ole-Kristian Vikan.

The present squad of this team includes Jo Andreas Gundersen, Joar Haroy, Preben Mankowitz, Oluwasegun Abiodun, Ole Naess, Haitam Aleesami, Stian Pettersen and many others.